Tag Archives: peasant movement

  1. Food Crisis in the Polochic Exacerbates as Government Repression Continues

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    August 12, 2011 by tristan savage

    by Tristan Call and Katy Savage published simultaneously on Upside Down World The massive evictions of 800 families from 14 …
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  2. Q’eqchi’ Leaders Massacred in Guatemala on the 3-year Anniversary of Ramiro Choc’s Imprisonment

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    February 16, 2011 by tristan savage

    Thousands of Q’eqchi’ peasants near Livingston, Guatemala had been anticipating February 14, 2011 as a possible day of joy and …
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  3. Independence Day: Political Prisoners Freed in Mexico

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    July 8, 2010 by tristan savage

    As we work for the freedom of our comrades in prison here in Guatemala as well as in the United …
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  4. Accompanying the Peasant Movement Part 2: Conquistador with a Briefcase

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    June 29, 2010 by Kate Savage

    Saquimo Setaña is a community in northern Guatemala facing eviction by a local plantation owner. Three community members—Jesus Yat, Oscar …
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  5. Accompanying the Peasant Movement Part 1: Growing Trees in a Cage

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    June 23, 2010 by tristan savage

    Ramiro Choc is in prison in Guatemala City for his work in the peasant movement fighting imperialism and environmental destruction.  …
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